The University of Winnipeg

CJ-3500 Interpersonal Violence

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Utilizes an interdisciplinary approach to examining interpersonal violence as a critical and complex social issue. Specific types of interpersonal violence covered include child abuse and neglect, child sexual violence, spousal abuse, elder abuse, date rape and other forms of intimate sexual and physical violence. The course includes a comprehensive examination of theoretical perspectives regarding the nature and origins of interpersonal violence as well as a critical examination of the effectiveness of the mental health, child welfare, and criminal justice systems approach to interpersonal violence prevention, intervention, and policy.


CJ-1002 or the former CJ-1101, and CJ-2100 (prerequisite).

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J. Lothian May. 06 2024 - Jun. 03 2024